February 8, 2019 – Bogus Basin announced season pass prices for the upcoming 2019-20 winter season today. The annual “early bird” season pass sale runs Monday, February 18th through Thursday, February 28th. Local ski and snowboard enthusiasts can purchase at the lowest prices of the year during the sale.
The nonprofit recreation area has made several changes to its season pass categories this year, including the addition of new, lower-priced options for young adults and teens. The Young Adult Season Pass, available to 18-24 year olds, will cost only $229* during the sale. Also new for the 2019-20 winter season:
- A lower-priced Teen Season Pass for 13-17 year olds, available for $179* during the sale.
- An Active/Retired Military Season Pass for only $199*.
- Season-long access to the Frontier Point Nordic Center trail system will be available as an add-on. The add-on will cost $25 for alpine (downhill) season pass holders ages 13 and up, and free for ages 1-12. Nordic-only passes will also be available.
- The Adult Season Pass price for current pass holders will have a modest increase, the first in three years. Current Adult Season Pass holders (ages 25 – 69) will pay $329*, and new adult pass holders (ages 25 – 69) will pay $359.
*Prices do not include tax.
“We have retooled our season pass offerings to provide for a more fair assessment and better value for families and younger guests,” said General Manager Brad Wilson. “Bogus Basin remains one of the best values for skiing and snowboarding anywhere. We will continue to make improvements, such as snowmaking, that enhance the user experience.” Early season pass purchasers also receive a number of pass holder benefits, including a summer chairlift pass, and membership in the Powder Alliance, which provides free tickets to 17 other ski resorts throughout the west.
Beginning February 18th, passes can be purchased online at bogusbasin.org or in person at the sales office located at 2600 Bogus Basin Road.